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synonyms for leadings

  • front
  • lead
  • leaders
  • leading
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antonyms for leadings

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  • followers
  • rear
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How to use leadings in a sentence

Thus following the leadings of Divine Providence, we find the true fountain of life.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD
Surely the leadings of Providence were too plainly evident to be unnoticed.
BAD HUGHMARY JANE HOLMES
Above all, no man can safely refuse the call to obey the higher leadings of grace.
LIFE OF JOHN COLERIDGE PATTESONCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
In history, try to study and paint the characters of great men; they best interpret the leadings of events amid the nations.
WOMAN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYMARGARET FULLER OSSOLI
Finding a clear answer to this prayer in the Word of Truth, they are willing to follow its leadings.
LIFE AND LABORS OF ELDER JOHN KLINE, THE MARTYR MISSIONARYJOHN KLINE
Now ye are called to follow the leadings of God, to imitate the examples of love he has set before you.
LIFE AND LABORS OF ELDER JOHN KLINE, THE MARTYR MISSIONARYJOHN KLINE
Those good men hardly knew that this beautiful star was but an emblem of the leadings of God's revealed Truth.
LIFE AND LABORS OF ELDER JOHN KLINE, THE MARTYR MISSIONARYJOHN KLINE
But we are likely to follow blindly the leadings of our dreams until we run our heads smack into a corner-post of reality.
THE UNCALLEDPAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR
Many Christians find it difficult to know the will of God and understand his leadings.
FOOD FOR THE LAMBS; OR, HELPS FOR YOUNG CHRISTIANSCHARLES EBERT ORR
He follows the leadings of his heart, perhaps of Divine grace, but certainly not any course of inquiry and proof.
PROSE MASTERPIECES FROM MODERN ESSAYISTSJAMES ANTHONY FROUDE, EDWARD A. FREEMAN, WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE, JOHN HENRY NEWMAN AND LESLIE STEPHEN
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